Gabriel Southern

UC Santa Cruz

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Ph.D. Computer Engineering

I received my Ph.D. in computer engineering from UC Santa Cruz in Fall 2016 and I now work at Intel developing the Xeon+FPGA platform.

At UC Santa Cruz I was in the Micro Architecture Santa Cruz (MASC) research group directed by Professor Jose Reanu.

My research focused on performance analysis and simulation methodology for early design space exploration. I helped with developing an open source microarchitecture simulator named ESESC, and assisted with projects focused on improving parallel programming and thermal simulation.

I was also a teaching assistant at UCSC and helped teach graduate classes in computer architecture, and undergraduate classes in networking, microprocessor system design, and computer architecture.

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